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Substituting Raw Ingredients for Cooked

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Binders, thickeners, and emulsifiers

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Breads, tortillas, crepes, and flatbreads.

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Bouillon, broth and stock.

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Cream and eggs.

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Butter and shortening.

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Canned coconut milk.

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Chocolate.

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Chips and crackers.

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Cooked onion and garlic.

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Cooked tomatoes.

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Cooked vegetables.

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Dairy milk and cream.

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Dairy cheese.

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Flour.

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Ice Cream.

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Mayonnaise.

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Meat.

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Pasta or rice.

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Peanut butter.

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Roasted nuts and seeds.

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Vinegar.

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White sugar.

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4 thoughts on “Substituting Raw Ingredients for Cooked

  1. Becki says:

    Hi,
    I want to make the Marshmallow cookie frosting recipe. Wondering what the purpose of the whey protein powder is and if there is a substitute? I can’t have casein. I know some say most of the casein is removed during the process of making whey, but I need to have casein-free. If you could recommend an alternative, I’d be very grateful. Would hemp protein work?

    Thank you,
    Becki

    • amie-sue says:

      Good afternoon Becki,

      Well, as I mentioned in my story, me grabbing the whey protein was a mistake… but it turned out amazing. I understand some people don’t use whey protein (it was even a fluke that I had some in my cabinet because I normally don’t use it) for various reasons. Everyone has their own food intolerance’s, likes, dislikes and convictions. I simply don’t have the time or the means to test every single alternative. :) BUT with that being said, I do want to try this frosting recipe using my Sunwarrior Raw Protein Powder. I don’t have hemp protein powder on hand so you can give it a try. If you do, please keep me posted otherwise, I will post soon how my experiment turns out. :) Have a blessed day Becki! amie sue

  2. rawyef says:

    hello amie-sue ;)
    I respect your passion for rawfood.
    I notice that you are using psyllium powder often for thickners. I don’t know it at all. So I want you to ask;Is it have own flavor? or color?
    I already have lecithin, I’m curious if it similars to lecithin. I’m waiting your response:)

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